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Regional dairy co-op preserves rich history
Regional dairy co-op preserves rich history
With 11 plants and 500 members families, Darigold countinues to grow.

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Dairy association official sees challenges ahead
Dairy association official sees challenges ahead
Western United Dairymen's leader says low prices combined with the drought, which is now it is fourth year, are two of the biggest challenges.
Dairy family runs Tillamook farm
Dairy family runs Tillamook farm
Mistvale Dairy grows as the next generation continues operation of the Tillamook, Ore., farm.
Service company helps keep the milk flowing
Service company helps keep the milk flowing
Service companies help dairies do their job.
Drought, immigration reform top issues for dairy
Drought, immigration reform top issues for dairy
Petaluma, Calif., farmer Lucas Deniz says drought and immigration reform are the two big challenges facing dairymen.
Cheese-makers seek to grow with community
Cheese-makers seek to grow with community
Cascadia Creamery sells its organic raw cheese to high-end restaurants in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego, plus Whole Foods and other markets.
Small Idaho dairy has lots of room to grow
Small Idaho dairy has lots of room to grow
Halverson family switches to organic and now sends some of its milk to a cheese manufacturer.
132-year-old dairy follows a unique strategy
132-year-old dairy follows a unique strategy
Mountain Laurel Jersey Dairy produces raw milk that is unpasteurized and not homogenized.
Dairy owner holds onto her dreams
Dairy owner holds onto her dreams
Deb Hodel-Ostling goes back to her roots — running a dairy.
Dairies, breweries make unusual partners
Dairies, breweries make unusual partners
Breweries often use second-hand equipment purchased from dairies.
Fifth-generation dairy family continues to thrive
Fifth-generation dairy family continues to thrive
Sar-Ben is taken from the first three letters of the name Rasmussen and the state of Nebraska, turned backwards.